Par St Mary's Methodist WW1 War memorials

Those who died & those who served

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Memorial to those who died:

Thomas GREEN SS/13847 Royal Army Service Corps. Aged 38. Parents John Mouder & Jane. Youngest of 5 children. Husband of Ada Florence Green of 21 North Street Tywardreath. Died on SS Royal Edward on 13/8/1915 with 1000 others on route to Egypt.

Arthur Charles BRENTON Private soldier with South African infantry. Aged 32. Died 18/10/1916. Son of Tom & Ellen Brenton of Station Road St Blazey. Memorial at Thiepval, Belgium.

Edward George RICHARDS Gunner with B Battery of 86th Brigade. Died aged 34 on 1/8/1917 in Belgium. Son of Mr & Mrs G Richards of Porthscatho. Husband of Mabel P Richards of Eastcliffe Road Par.

Sidney H WILLCOCKS Private soldier with Army Service Corps 619th Mechanical Transport Corps. Born 1899 Penzance eldest son of John C & Katherine Willcocks, Tywardreath. Died 10/11/1917 in General Hospital Salonica & buried in the military cemetery there.

Richard Carter PELLOW 2nd Lt RAF. Died aged 21 on 9/7/1918. Son of William & Lizzie of Par Lane.

Stanley HAWKE 2nd Lt Australian Flying Corps, having emigrated to Australia in 1911. Died aged 27, July 1918 at the Cottage Hospital Tetbury of Pneumonia. Son of Henry & Sarah Jane Hawke of Par Green.

Memorial to those who served:

On the memorial to those who served in WW1 (which includes those who died) there are:

BLAKE                                 MAY

BRENTON 5 names            MILLS

BUNT                                   MORROW

CAWTHORN 2 names         PELLOW 2 names

DINGLE 2 names                 RICHARDS

DUNN 2 names                    SHOPLAND

GILES 2 names                    SNELL

GREEN                                TAMBLYN

GRIGG                                 TREGASKES 3 names

HAMBLY                              TURNER 2 names

HAWKER                             WESTWAY

LANE 2 names                     WHERRY

LARK                                    WILLCOCKS 2 names



There is also a woman on the list of those who served: Stella RUNDELL.

I have not included the initials as they are hard to decipher to one unused to old script writing!


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